Fish Aquarium Tips
Answerbag is a community of people helping others. Have a question? Ask it here! Know something? (Everyone knows something!) Help someone out! We’re here to help you connect with others and to find and share knowledge about topics ranging from celebrity trivia and home cleaning tips to Russian name origins and particle physics. Any topic you can dream of, you can ask it here!
It’s cool and fun!
For instance, right on the front page are questions needing answers. Do you know an answer? Well, step right up and offer it!
I browsed the unanswered questions and spotted one from an aquarium owner overrun with snails and not wanting to use poison on them. I offered my answer about turning a red-eared pond slider turtle loose in the tank for a short time and watching those snails disappear. Sliders LOVE the slimy little critters.
Additionally, there is a LOT of activity on the site. Many answers are minutes old.
So ask your question, go drink a cup of coffee, and see if you have any answers!
The name of the site is AdsenseChat.com, a forum for the web’s AdSense publishers to discuss the Google AdSense program. This site is free to join, free to register and free to discuss AdSense with other users… for now. The owners will be implementing a subscription-based service soon, so I recommend joining while the price is right. If you are a web site publisher and use AdSense, this site provides a vast resource for learning from the experiences of others. Your messages will be read by thousands of visitors, so don’t be afraid to ask a question.
Since AdSense publishers make money whenever a visitor clicks an ad on their web site, members in these forums discuss the best ways to implement and display Google Ads on their pages. Sites are critiqued and opinions are given, providing users with a “think tank” of sorts. As of this writing, the site has nearly 1000 members and I suspect that will increase dramatically as the number of AdSense publishers continues to increase.
It seems that the more technology changes, the more it remains the same. Sharing information with fellow users who have common interests is part of what makes the Internet so much fun. As much as the Internet has changed this type of communication, it will be interesting to see how much more it will change in the future.